— A Leslie Road, Madison Township, woman reported at 12:13 p.m. Wednesday her soon-to-be ex-husband came to her home and they argued. The children do not want to stay at his home because they are not comfortable with their dad’s new girlfriend. Deputies asked if there were any safety concerns about the children staying or anything physical that happened during the argument and the woman said no to both.
— A state Route 644, Hanover Township, woman reported at 12:27 p.m. Tuesday, she allowed her mother to use her vehicle a year ago and now she wants the vehicle back. The mother also called the sheriff’s office and said she will give her daughter the vehicle back, but she is keeping the battery because she paid for it. The daughter was told to go get her vehicle.
— An argument involving the ownership of a dog caused deputies to respond to a U.S. Route 30, West Township, home at 1:16 p.m. Tuesday. A woman said had come to the house to get a dog, which she left at the home three months ago. However, she claimed a man there threatened her and her son. Another woman at the home said the man was not there and the first woman was making the allegation against him up because the man had a physical romantic relationship with both of them. It was determined the first woman is the owner of the dog. They agreed to meet somewhere else and give the woman the dog. She was told to go to the sheriff’s office to give a written statement about the man allegedly threatening her, but she did not go to the office.
— A Howard Hanna realtor reported at 2:39 p.m. Monday a home on Osbourne Road, Madison Township, which is being sold while the owners live out of state, was broken into. The plumbing was missing for the shower and bath tub and the dry wall that exposed it was ripped down in the next room. In the basement, a sliding glass door was shattered.